Category: audio visuals

Traffic chaos


Still groggy with sleep, Paul pulled the hotel curtains open.

Outside – chaos, confusion, traffic anarchy!

And we soon would have to pedal through it…

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Staring at the ceiling while music from the neighbouring karoake bar slowly ‘serenaded’ us to sleep.

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Candle festival


Upon arrival, we saw Burmese placing candles around the Botahtaung pagoda.

“Let’s stick around and see what happens,” Paul said.

So happy we did!

It was a privilege to witness the Festival of Lights, it celebrates Buddha’s descent from heaven.

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Sky lantern festival


“Come, come,” said the monks as they waved us over to help send sky lanterns into the heavens.

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Chao Phraya river


Time-lapse film of the Chao Phraya express boat landing.

It’s a constant hive of activity.

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Pha That Luang


Pha That Luang in Vientiane is the most sacred monument in the country. It even appears on Lao currency.

The great stupa is covered in over 1,000 pounds of pure gold leaf. When the sun shines, it’s dazzling!

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After too much climbing – we lay comatose on our hotel bed.

Through the window, we stared at the neon sign on the other side of the street.

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